October 12, 2017

Mothering in the Movement

Mothering in the Movement

In development with the National Film Board of Canada, Mothering in the Movement affirms the vital role Black mothers play in forging a world in which their sons and daughters not only matter – but flourish.

Alison Duke

Executive Producer
Alison Duke is the Senior Producer at Goldelox Productions, a Toronto-based film and video company that produces films that bring diverse audiences together to affect positive social change.

Laurie Townshend

Laurie Townshend is a writer, director, educator, and erratic blogger. Credits include The Railpath Hero (13), Human Frequency Streetdocs (14), and Charley (15) and Mothering in the Movement (upcoming), an intimate look at the power and potency of mothering in times of resistance.

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